The www.andea.fr website has been conceived of, and is edited by, the ANdÉA association, the National Association of Higher Schools of Art, an official association registered under the French 1901 law.
The ANdÉA owns all authors’ rights and databases, which appear on this website in application of the law of July 1st, 1992 concerning the Code of Intellectual Property. Therefore, any representation, total or partial, for collective use is strictly forbidden without the express written consent of the ANdÉA.
The ANdÉA is committed to the protection of the confidentiality of the visitors to this site and will not transmit or communicate the information provided concerning registration for newsletters or information given through the contact form.
L’ANdÉA reserves the right to modify the content at any moment and the information provided herein is on a purely indicative basis.
© ANdÉA, 2013
Conception and editorial coordination: Maud Le Garzic Vieira Contim, Representative for l’ANdÉA
Graphic Design and Development: .CORP + Raphaël Pigeat
Conception of logo and Graphic standards (print) of the ANdÉA : Extrafine
Translation: Derek Byrne
Hosting : ovh
The current site uses some content created for a previous site, published in 2006 by l’ANDÉA, the National Association of Directors of Schools of Art, coordinated by Yvette Sautour.
In the creation and realization of the current website, the ANdÉA benefited from the sponsorship of the Canson company, partner for paper supplies to Higher Schools of Art, and the support of the General Direction for Artistic Creation of the Minister for Culture and Communication
The law n°2005-102 of Febuary 11th, 2005 for equality in rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship of disabled citizens, specifies that “online communication services of the state, territorial collectivities and their associated public institutions must be readily accessible to disabled citizens”
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